ABA All-Star Game

The American Basketball Association (ABA) was a professional basketball league founded in 1967. The ABA ceased to exist after merging with the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 1976. In total, the league held nine all-star games, with all but the last being between the Western Division and the Eastern Division. In the final one, it was held between the first place team at the time of the All-Star break face off against a selected group of All-Stars, regardless of conference.

Eastern Division (5 wins) Western Division (3 wins) Denver Nuggets (1 win)
Year Result Host arena Host city Game MVP
1968 East 126, West 120 Hinkle Fieldhouse Indianapolis Larry Brown, New Orleans Buccaneers
1969 West 133, East 127 Louisville Convention Center Louisville, Kentucky John Beasley, Dallas Chaparrals
1970 West 128, East 98 Fairgrounds Coliseum Indianapolis (2) Spencer Haywood, Denver Rockets
1971 East 126, West 122 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, North Carolina Mel Daniels, Indiana Pacers
1972 East 142, West 115 Freedom Hall Louisville, Kentucky (2) Dan Issel, Kentucky Colonels
1973 West 123, East 111 Salt Palace Salt Lake City Warren Jabali, Denver Rockets
1974 East 128, West 112 Norfolk Scope Norfolk, Virginia Artis Gilmore, Kentucky Colonels
1975 East 151, West 124 HemisFair Arena San Antonio, Texas Freddie Lewis, Spirits of St. Louis
1976 Denver Nuggets 144, ABA All-Stars 138 McNichols Arena Denver, Colorado David Thompson, Denver Nuggets


  • "NBA & ABA All-Star Game Stats and History". Basetball Reference. Retrieved May 25, 2021.